Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

The Sessions

SVCC is the perfect place to watch engaging and entertaining talks given by industry experts and luminaries, and meet with developers for enaging and motivating conversations around specific topics.
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  • Token Authentication in ASP.NET

    Token authentication removes the burden of storing session state on the server. Want to make the switch to token authentication, but don’t know how? A what the heck is OAuth, anyway? Let's find out!
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 23  | Interested: 56

  • The Post Javascript Apocalypse

    This talk speculates about the next language after JavaScript, and what to do in the mean time about some of the new features in ES6. There will be an emphasis on simplicity and quality. The web is cluttered and full of errors.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 90  | Interested: 140

  • So you want to be a data scientist?

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    Andrew Moll
    You've seen the memo and heard the whispers...Want to learn how you can get started? Come find out what it takes to become a data scientist!
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 56  | Interested: 150

  • Release Management with Team Services

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    Paul Hacker
    Learn the fundamentals of Release Management, how it relates to DevOps.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 3  | Interested: 29

  • Practical Performance Tips and Tricks to Make Your HTML/JavaScript Faster

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    Doris Chen
    Doris will demonstrate performance tips/tricks that will help you to improve the performance of your apps and sites. The following will be discussed network requests, speed and responsiveness, optimizing media usage, and writing fast JavaScript.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 21  | Interested: 123

  • Overview of Azure Storage

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    Robin Shahan
    In this talk, I'll give an overview of all the bits of Azure storage, including redundancy, types of storage, etc.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 37

  • IoT Black Box

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    Robert Roeder
    This session will be for beginner to advanced, it is a about how to do a Proof of Concept design of a “Black Box” robotic IoT base, and shorting out decisions on how to make your own, which microprocessor to use, which software, an where to start.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 18  | Interested: 96

  • Honeypots, Cybercompetitions, and Bug Bounties

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    Sam Bowne
    When your site gets hacked, do you know what the attacker did? We use vulnerable servers and monitoring tools to examine attacks. Cybercompetitions and bug bounties keep us trained in the latest methods of attack and defense.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 7  | Interested: 76

  • HoloLens Development 101

    This session is an introduction to the Microsoft HoloLens and how to use Unity to develop for it.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 28  | Interested: 76

  • Go for Java Developers

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    Ted Young
    For Java programmers, Go seems familiar in some ways, but very different in others. This session I'll go over the technical and philosophical differences and similarities. I'll assume you're a pretty fluent Java developer.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 19  | Interested: 146

  • Developing Microservices with Aggregates

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    Chris Richardson
    Learn how to Domain-Driven design aggregates to design modular business logic that can be partitioned into microservices.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 23  | Interested: 102

  • Demystifying DevOps

    A brief history of the DevOps movement and community with a cross section view of many methods and practices that are breaking down the barriers to achieve engineering agility.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 14  | Interested: 104

  • Create Influence, On Demand

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    Bernie Maloney
    Want Jedi like leadership? Come grasp why Agile teams communicate 5x+ more effectively and the underlying principles you can use to...Create Influence, On Demand
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 12  | Interested: 67

  • Concurrency is child's play! (Powerful, Naïve, and full of "Oops!")

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    Nuri Halperin
    Humans are notoriously bad multi-taskers. Computers, it turns out, are not much better... When implementing concurrency, some concepts that are easy to get wrong. These issues creep up anywhere from multi-threading to large distributed systems.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 17  | Interested: 119

  • Building a Java-based RESTful Service and Running It in a Docker Container

    Step by step building a Java-based RESTful application and deploying it as a container and running inside of a Mesosphere DCOS cluster hosted in Azure.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 101  | Interested: 175

  • Break the: "IF You Build it They Will Come" - facade

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    Kevin Steineman
    In this session Author, Speaker and Digital & Mobile marketing strategist Kevin Steineman will cover the biggest mistakes most developers make when launching their app, how to avoid them, and what to do instead.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 76

  • A Machine Learning Primer

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    Antony Ross
    This session will provide a high-level non-intimidating overview of machine learning. We’ll demystify 6-8 common algorithms. There will be very little math and no coding. The goal is for everyone to become conversant with machine learning.
    9:45 AM Saturday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 90  | Interested: 243

  • The T in TDD: Test, Types, Tales

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    Mathias Brandewinder
    Test-Driven Development is about writing a test first, then the code that satisfies the test. Or... is it? In this talk, I will examine how I used to code in C#, and how I write code in F# today, in a style I consider very much inspired by TDD.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C101C
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 83

  • The Seif Project Continued

    This talk introduces Seif, an open source project that has the goal of transitioning the web into an application delivery system that will be safer, easier to use, and easier to develop for.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 19  | Interested: 197

  • Productive TypeScript and React with WebStorm

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    Paul Everitt
    Angular 2’s summer rollout is generating tremendous interest, with a major emphasis on tooling via TypeScript. In this session, we look at how an advanced IDE like WebStorm can put this tooling to work.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 16  | Interested: 91

  • Predicting the Future with Machine Learning

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    Jerry Kurata
    This session will teach you how Machine Learning models that can predict the future are created.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 39  | Interested: 271

  • Overview and Roadmap of the .NET Platform

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    Beth Massi
    This session will help you get an understanding of the big .NET picture, where .NET Framework, .NET Core, and Xamarin fit in, where .NET is headed in the future, and how you can get started learning .NET & C# no matter what operating system you use.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 21  | Interested: 64

  • MongoDB in Production

    This session will go over all recommended practices for a healthy MongoDB deployment. We will draw examples from my experience helping hundreds of customers run MongoDB in production.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 22  | Interested: 131

  • Modularizing Features for Rapid Independent Deployment

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    Mohit Goenka
    This talk focuses on modularizing features for large scale web applications. The intent is to write applications in such a way that you can easily develop and deploy to production. Yahoo Mail, currently using this architecture, has daily deployments.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 15  | Interested: 52

  • Mastering VSCode: Building your first extension

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    Jason Poon
    Come and learn some tips and tricks for using VSCode and see first-hand how to build and publish a VSCode extension.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 34

  • Machine Learning Exposed!

    This session provides an approachable overview of machine learning concepts, technologies, and use cases.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 96  | Interested: 213

  • Keys to Exceptional Product Team Performance

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    Ron Lichty
    Have you experienced the thrill of being on a truly high-performing team? It’s too rare. Insights from thousands on product teams who participated in the Study of Product Team Performance. Take aways: where you can focus to take your team to awesome.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 20  | Interested: 108

  • Introduction to the Microsoft Bot Framework

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    Joe Mayo
    Learn how to build and deploy a bot with the Microsoft Bot Framework.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 12  | Interested: 102

  • Hacking Fitness with the Mean Stack

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    Daniel Egan
    Learn the MEAN stack and IOT by exploring a fun project based on the waterrower. Learn Angular 2.0, NODE, MongoDB and IOT. Learn, have fun, and win prizes.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 37  | Interested: 116

  • Cordova GoogleMaps plugin for iOS and Android

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    Masashi Katsumata
    Cordova Google Maps plugin for iOS and Android is one of the most popular plugin for Apache Cordova (aka. PhoneGap). Using this plugin, you can create a map application easily!
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 40

  • Code Reviews: The #1 Way to Improve Code Quality

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    Craig Berntson
    Code Reviews are the #1 way to improve code quality according to a 2016 survey by Smart Bear Software. This session will show you how to do effective code reviews.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 62  | Interested: 212

  • Building Bots with Watson Conversation

    In this lab you take a low code approach as you drag and drop your user intents and dialog nodes for a chat bot through the IBM Watson Conversation dashboard.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 16  | Interested: 83

  • Azure Storage Security

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    Robin Shahan
    How to keep your data in Azure Storage secure, even if it's your own iTunes library
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 5  | Interested: 34

  • Apple & Google Native Mobile Development

    We will creating a simple native app in both Apple Swift/iOS Xcode and Google Java/Android Studio. Then we will compare and contracts the development environment and App Stores.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 34  | Interested: 154

  • Amazing new features in JavaScript

    Learn about the new features in EcmaScript 2015 like Scoping, structuring/destructuring, arrow functions, generators, iterators, symbols, proxies and promises.
    11:15 AM Saturday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 67  | Interested: 268

  • Zen of Architecture

    Juval Lowy explains his approach to system analysis and design, using volatility to decompose a system into its comprising services. He will contrast it with the most common mistake done in architecture, using functionality to identify services.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 30  | Interested: 197

  • What's New in TypeScript?

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    Doris Chen
    This session covers some of the latest features of TypeScript, including future ECMAScript , support for Angular and React/JSX, and how it all comes together to make working and creating things in JavaScript more productive and fun with TypeScript.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 89

  • Voice User Interface - Design & Development for Chatbots & IOT

    In this session, you will learn the best practices to design & develop for Voice based applications, specificially: 1. Design UX for Voice Driven Applications for iOT and mobile 2. Learning about 4 different sdk's for developing voice based ui.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 24  | Interested: 72

  • The nits and grits of Git - How Git really works

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    Ryan Michela
    In this presentation we deep dive into the hidden internals of the Git distributed version control system to find out how they really work.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 46  | Interested: 262

  • The 5 things you need to know about the Cognitive Era!

    This session will explore the emerging world of cognitive computing via IBM Watson.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 5  | Interested: 23

  • So your mom always wanted you to be an architect

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    Ron Kleinman
    Highlights the techniques used by a software architect to analyze and design complex back office computer apps. Covers classifying objects and designing systems leveraging inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, reuse and design patterns.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 27  | Interested: 120

  • Simplify Your Life with Your Own IBM Watson Personal Assistant

    What if you had a personal assistant to deliver the timely and relevant information this for you? In this lab, you will build your own cognitive cloud app powered by IBM Watson to deliver news and weather customized for your preferences and location.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 17  | Interested: 103

  • MongoDB First Steps

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    Nuri Halperin
    MongoDB is an extremely popular document oriented database that is fast and scalable. This session will get you familiar with this unique database and arm you with the essential skills to start using Mongo to power your software applications.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 55  | Interested: 165

  • Learning Go - Resources For New Go Programmers

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    Todd McLeod
    Build Web Apps that easily scale to millions of individuals with Google’s Go language (Golang). You will leave with resources and code samples to start making all of your software and apps really go.…
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 49  | Interested: 173

  • Hello Android - An Introduction to Android App Development

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    Joe Rowley
    From zero to your first Android App. There is a lot to take in, but this session will give an overview of what makes up an Android App and help get you running so that you at least know the right questions to ask when you try it on your own.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 37  | Interested: 125

  • Functional Programming in JavaScript

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Troy Miles
    Unlike most other programming languages, JavaScript straddles the line between imperative, object-oriented languages and functional ones. What if we programmed JavaScript functionally?
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 71  | Interested: 239

  • From Dull to Dazzling: How Visualization enhances data comprehension

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    Walt Ritscher
    This session explores the overall visual concepts that make data easier to grasp. Do you know the best way to show data to your users, so that the information is clear and understandable?
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C101C
    Attending: 29  | Interested: 129

  • Clean Code I - Best Practices

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    Theo Jungeblut
    Writing clean code can significantly lower these costs. However, writing clean code also makes you more efficient during the initial development time and results in more stable code, seeing the code in a holistic way.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 47  | Interested: 235

  • Choose the Right Concurrency Model in .NET

    Riccardo Terrell, is a Senior Software Architect at Microsoft who is passionate about functional programming. He believes in polyglot programming as a mechanism for finding the right tool for the job.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 59

  • Be a Better Interviewer: How to Interview Like Google (or not)-But Better!

    Be a better interviewer: make candidates happier, raise the bar, create a consistent process, and avoid rejecting good candidates or hiring bad ones. We'll discuss multiple interview styles so you can interview like Google (or not)-but better!
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 55  | Interested: 250

  • Azure Management from any platform: Linux, OS X, and Windows

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    Jessica Deen
    Learn how to manage Azure from any platform using PowerShell Core. We will break down the entire deployment process, cover how to manage your source control and create/edit JSON templates you can then use for deployments.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 4  | Interested: 38

  • Azure from the Command Line

    Managing your cloud without taking your hands off the keyboard Web portals for managing your enterprise (or hobby) cloud services is cute, but when it's time to get real work done, there's nothing like a command line.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 3  | Interested: 42

  • Angular 2 101: The Adventure Continues

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    Deborah Kurata
    Join me on an adventure through the basics of Angular 2.
    1:45 PM Saturday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 48  | Interested: 193

  • What is Python?

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Wesley Chun
    This is an introduction to Python, covering its background, syntax/constructs, use cases & examples. What's this programming language all about, what can you do with it, & why would Disney, LucasFilm, Yelp, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Google & YouTube use it?
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 31  | Interested: 168

  • Web Programming with Go

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    Todd McLeod

    I am looking forward to sharing with you my passion for Go, along with the great repositories I have developed over the last two years to help people learn Web Development With Go.

    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 18  | Interested: 133

  • Wackcoon Catching a predator with technology (node, IoT, Cog Services, git)

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    Daniel Egan
    In this session, we will using Node.js, socket.io, Cog services vision api, to detect “critters” and shoot water at them. In addition, we will show you a really cool way to deploy to a raspberry pi using a git hook.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C101C
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 33

  • The Perfect Micro-Manager

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    Lena Tran
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    Keith Aytch
    While micromanaging probably will get you short-term results, over time it has greater impacts on your team, organization, and yourself. Your productivity will diminish and you can’t accomplish important things.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 40

  • Software Project Design

    Juval Lowy shares his approach software project design, along with his unique insight for delivering software on schedule and budget. You will also see to deal with common misconceptions and typical roles and responsibilities in the team.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 48  | Interested: 238

  • Programming Pearls of Go - How to write fast, beautiful Go code

    Go is a fast growing and powerful systems language. In this talk, I’ll present some handy design patterns for Go I call “pearls” that help you harness that power and build robust applications.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 14  | Interested: 129

  • Getting Started with Data Science

    In this session you will learn how to get started with Data Science using common tools and libraries.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 44  | Interested: 245

  • Get Rid of Your Web Site's Love Handles For Good

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Chris Love
    According to HTTPArchive.org the average web page is now larger than the original DOOM installation application. Today's obese web is leading to decreased user satisfaction, customer engagement and increased cost of ownership.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 68

  • Extreme ‘Fake It Till You Make It’

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    Llewellyn Falco
    1 Red - 1 Green - 40 Refactors
    Refactoring is the step that let’s us tease apart the logic of our code. ‘Fake it till you make it’ allows for us to evolve an emergent solution to complex problems. this is usually glossed but not in this session
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 100

  • Entry Point Node

    A total noobs guide to Node.js. Node.js is taking the world by storm and developers can no longer afford to avoid it. Nor should you want to! Writing JavaScript went from ugh to awesome thanks to things like ES6 and TypeScript.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 46  | Interested: 107

  • Crunching through big data with MBrace, Azure and F#

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Mathias Brandewinder
    In this talk, we will introduce MBrace.io, an open-source and free engine for scalable cloud programming. Using MBrace, you can work in your beloved familiar scripting environment, and easily execute C# or F# code on a cluster of machines on Azure.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 37

  • Cracking the Coding Interview

    What's the deal with the coding interviews at companies like Google and Facebook? Learn what these companies really want, what CS topics you do and don't need to know, and strategies to solve their tough coding and algorithm problems.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 201  | Interested: 327

  • Concurring the Last IOT mile

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Steve Mylroie
    This session will be focused of wireless technologies suitable for use in connecting IOT sensor devices to cloud based analytical services. The session will include both a technology review and working code examples
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 65

  • Comparison of Javascript (MV*) frameworks

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Chander Dhall
    Have you worked with JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React, Aurelia and other single page app frameworks?
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 35  | Interested: 171

  • Clean Code II - Dependency Injection

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Theo Jungeblut
    We will dive into the basics of Inversion of Control (IOC) and Dependency Injection (DI) to review different ways of achieving decoupling, using and exploring both: Best Practices, Design and Anti-Patterns.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 28  | Interested: 208

  • C++ GUI library & Documenting Source Code: CopperSpice & DoxyPress

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Barbara Geller
    GUI library using modern C++, why document source code, how to document code using DoxyPress.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 3  | Interested: 39

  • Angular 2 First Look

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Ward Bell
    What is Angular 2? What can it do? Where is it going? Get insights and encouragement from an Angular insider.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 36  | Interested: 161

  • Android Architecture, A Better Way

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Joe Rowley
    See how using MVP with Interactors can help make your Android app more resilient, flexible and easier to maintain, not to mention test. It's worth the effort.
    3:30 PM Saturday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 19  | Interested: 120

  • The Service Industry enters the Connected Car

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Sharada Bose
    This session will review the state of the services industry and discuss how this is going to disrupt the way we have thought about the automobile dashboard.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 3  | Interested: 56

  • The Psychology of Developer Tools Usability (and lack thereof)

    Yes, developer tools are complex, requiring prior knowledge and training to use efficiently. But just because something is complex doesn't mean it can't be usable! Gain insights into the psychological considerations missing from many developer tools.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 12  | Interested: 69

  • Technology and Fashion awaken the Soul of the Shoe

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Elena Eberhard
    The talk will cover the wearables as the integration of fashion industry and the advanced technologies. We will analyze the different forms of the collaborations and radically new products, that combine the best that two industries can offer.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 41

  • Scalability for Developers. Scaling to more than a billion hits a day.

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Chander Dhall
    Scaling for a social network might be easy. How do you you scale an eCommerce based business? Learn to scale websites and APIs in real world to more than a billion hits a day.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 28  | Interested: 115

  • Running ASP.NET applications on the Google Cloud Platform

    Learn to run an ASP.NET application written in C# on Google Compute Engine. Use Entity Framework, Google Cloud SQL, Datastore, Google Cloud Storage, and Google Pub/Sub to make your application reliable and scaleable.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 1  | Interested: 38

  • Rock Your Apps With => 10 Things You Probably Aren’t Doing

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    David McCarter
    his session will go over 10+ things that I see developers not doing in their applications to make them robust, easily changed (feature, feature, future) and free from errors.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 12  | Interested: 122

  • Recursion and Dynamic Programming for technical interviews

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    Soham Mehta
    In this session, we'll patiently walk through some Recursion and DP problems, until the time permits.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 159  | Interested: 232

  • Practical Performance Tips to Make Your Cross Platform Mobile Apps Faster

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    Doris Chen
    Doris outlines what impacts native and hybrid mobile performance. Practical tips for building faster apps on DOM complexity, animation techniques, and memory management will be shared. Mobile performance diagnostic tools will also be demonstrated.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 11  | Interested: 56

  • Intro to NoSQL with Redis

    In this talk, Dave Nielsen of Redis Labs, will share the 180+ functions and 8 data structures used by Redis developers to solve common scalability challenges.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 34  | Interested: 166

  • Identity as a Service - Modern Authentication with Azure

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Clayton Peddy
    The key to modern applications is identity management. In this session, learn how to utilize the newly released Azure Active Directory B2C service to protect your web, native and mobile apps.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 7  | Interested: 93

  • Hello? Is it me you’re looking for… (Face and Voice Recognition)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Daniel Egan
    Introducing Face and Voice Recognition with MS Cognitive Services
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 20  | Interested: 74

  • From 0 to Developer

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Tracy Lee
    How you can become a junior developer in just 3 weeks using awesome frameworks like Ember.js and Angular.js.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 24  | Interested: 104

  • Docker Container Lifecycles – Problem or Opportunity?

    Building robust CI/CD pipelines with Docker is hard. Harder than it should be. In this talk we'll review why and what we can do about it.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 42  | Interested: 152

  • Caching web requests with Cacheonix Java Web cache

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Slava Imeshev
    This session provides best practices for using open source Cacheonix Web cache in Java-based web applications. You will learn how to configure Cacheonix, select content that is right for caching and how to pick cache sizes and expiration.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 1  | Interested: 26

  • Build Cross Platform Mobile Apps for iOS & Android with Xamarin & MvvmCross

    This session will show you how to get started building native apps for iOS and Android using Xamarin, MvvmCross, .Net and C#.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 20  | Interested: 74

  • Accidentally Manager – A Survival Guide for First-Time Engineering Managers

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Theo Jungeblut
    This session is about your career perspective as an engineer, especially when the path may take an “unexpected” turn from technical lead to first-time engineering manager.
    5:00 PM Saturday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 23  | Interested: 76

  • Streaming with Apache Storm

    How can we solve practical streaming problems with Storm? What kind of streaming problems can be addressed with Storm?
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 88

  • Personal Finance 101 and Coding

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Sangeeta Narang
    This interdisciplinary course will combine finance and java coding and will introduce students to Finance and Programming.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 2

  • Manage your life: Web-based goal, time, project, health management

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Roman Zhovtulya
    This session is an attempt to not only offer some fresh approaches to time/goal management, but also to engage in a discussion about new ideas and look at some thought-provoking concepts for total life management.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 103

  • Introduction to Flask (A Python Web Framework)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Tim Reilly
    In this workshop we'll learn the basics of building with Flask. We'll install the necessary tools and libraries and build our first website with the popular Python web framework.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 53  | Interested: 101

  • Introducing ClojureScript

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    J David Eisenberg
    Interested in functional programming and JavaScript? You'll learn the basics of ClojureScript, a functional language that compiles to JavaScript.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 46

  • Internationalization at Startups

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Claudia Galvan
    When startups start looking at additional revenue and growth opportunities, some look into expanding into international markets. There is an art of pivoting successfully into a global player, we will review the best practices in the industry.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 5  | Interested: 66

  • Getting Started with ReactJS

    This fast-paced session examines ReactJS and its component-based architecture (we'll use ES6) along with code samples. Next we'll look at Flux, Relay, and GraphQL from Facebook. You'll see some fun examples of combining SVG/D3 with ReactJS.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 67  | Interested: 206

  • Functional Sales Tax At Twilio

    How we built sales tax at twilio using scala, functional programming, and AWS
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 1  | Interested: 31

  • Fun with Robots (Session 1)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Daniel Egan
    In this workshop, we will explore robotics using the ROBOTIS Play 600 robot. You will learn how to assemble them into one of the predefined pets or build your own custom robot creature.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 40  | Interested: 9

  • FizzBuzz with Scratch Programming

    In the kid-friendly Scratch programming environment, attendees will be introduced to parts of the FizzBuzz programming challenge, vitally important to freshman-level computer classes and job interviews.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RE-301
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 10

  • Elastic Search: Speeding up your applications

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Imran Qureshi
    Learn how to use ElasticSearch to create fast, responsive applications either via client-side Javascript frameworks like Angular or server-side frameworks like .NET.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 31  | Interested: 143

  • Early Idea Evaluation Tools

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Twinklekumar Patel
    How to evaluate idea and make business model out of it.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 4  | Interested: 48

  • Does Message-Market Fit Trump Product-Market Fit?

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Ken Rutsky
    Beyond Product-Market Fit, products must find Message Market Fit. This session explores the 3 phases of Message-Market Fit and why they matter to buyers.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 2  | Interested: 27

  • Developing performant desktop and mobile applications with Azure Storage

    Learn how easy it is to build desktop and mobile applications that leverage a high scale Microsoft Azure Storage service.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 28

  • Deconstructing JSON for ARM Templates

    This session will break down the parts of the template used to deploy servers in Azure, include the JSON template, the parameters file, dependencies and loop resource creation. GitHub to manage your source control and deploy to Azure with PowerShell.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: C101C
    Attending: 1  | Interested: 37

  • Create an App using MIT's App Inventor!

    Learn to make your very own app about your favorite animals with little to no coding experience! View your app in real time on any Android device and become familiar with MIT's easy-to-use App Inventor.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 24  | Interested: 5

  • Building an iOS app using Swift

    Learn Apple’s new programming language, Swift, while you build a mobile game. We will develop a simple game in which you will learn how to change views, add labels, buttons, and more. By the end of the class you will be able to make your own game.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: RD-301
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 6

  • Build Your Own Website Using HTML and CSS

    This session is an intro to building a website for 5th graders and older. We will use HTML and CSS. All attendees must download Sublime Text or Notepad++ depending on whether they have a Mac or P.C. respectively.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: R3-312
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 8

  • Beautiful REST+JSON APIs with Ion

    Creating a really clean and intuitive REST + JSON API is no easy task. You have to worry about resources, collections of resources, pagination, query parameters, links to other resources, search, which HTTP Methods to use, HTTP Caching, security, and more! And you have to make sure it lasts and doesn't break clients as you add features over time.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 49  | Interested: 219

  • A math-free introduction to Neural Networks

    Have you ever wanted to learn about the tech that powers Google but are allergic to dense equations? This is the talk for you! Learn how to build your own neural network with nothing more than addition & multiplication.
    9:15 AM Sunday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 67  | Interested: 187

  • Web Application Security for All

    Web application security is very important and essential aspect of development these days. Learn how you can embed security and make your application secure by default in this session.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 19  | Interested: 140

  • The Tale of 2 CLIs - Ember and Angular

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Tracy Lee
    Ember-CLI and Angular-CLI are necessities to web development.This talk will show you how easy it is to scaffold up both an ember and angular project in less than 30 minutes.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 59

  • The Future of Data Storage (Hint: It is Fast)

    AppLovin is a leading mobile marketing platform that reaches over 2 billion consumers globally and processes 150 terabytes of data a day. Basil Shikin, VP of Engineering, will cover meeting this data challenge through applying a RAM-first approach.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 7  | Interested: 85

  • Star Wars: The Programmer Awakens

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Aditya Gupta
    Star Wars may be science fiction, but it's getting closer to real life in this workshop. The company Sphero has made a real-life version of the BB-8 droid from the movie, and there is software available to program it.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RD-312
    Attending: 11  | Interested: 6

  • SQL Server Partitioning Basics: Treating Your Tables Like Legos

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Brandon Leach
    With partitioning, you can break a table down into smaller chunks. We’ll go over basic partitioning concepts and techniques and at the end you’ll have a firm understanding of how partitioning works.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 70

  • Programming and 3D printing using a O Watch Smartwatch Kit

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Omkar Govil-Nair
    Learn 3D printing and programming using a TheOWatch Smartwatch kit for kids.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RD-301
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 6

  • Introduction to Big Data

    This session will introduce Big Data and related technologies. It will cover the challenges and opportunities associated with Big Data. In addition, it will provide an overview of some of the popular Big Data related open-source technologies.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 80  | Interested: 230

  • I Want to be a Maker Too!

    Practical guide to becoming a Modern Maker I'm headlong into it, but I still remember the day I was bewildered by the terms and wondering how to get started. That’s what id like to do for you – introduce you to the Makers’ world!
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 11  | Interested: 60

  • How to Make a powerful App in 5 minutes for ANY group

    Building an entire app is hard. We'll show you how to build a powerful app for a group of people using only basic HTML, Javascript, and CSS using the Bebo platform.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 15  | Interested: 85

  • How to Contribute Back to Open Source

    My lessons learned on contributing to Open Source on a daily basis and how can you make this your habit too.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 28  | Interested: 156

  • Getting started with Deep Learning on Azure

    This session will introduce Deep Learning, a Machine Learning approach behind many of the modern day intelligent applications. We will demonstrate Deep Learning through a solution to a real-world Computer Vision problem using Python on Azure.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 21  | Interested: 94

  • Fun with Robots (Session 2 - REPEAT Session don't sign up for both)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Daniel Egan
    (REPEAT SESSION - Dont sign up for both) In this workshop, we will explore robotics using the ROBOTIS Play 600 robot. You will learn how to assemble them into one of the predefined pets or build your own custom robot creature.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 31  | Interested: 5

  • Fun and Games with JavaScript+Processing

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Tam Nguyen
    In this hands-on workshop, you will be introduced to the JS coding environment in Khan Academy to build fun animations and games in JavaScript and Processing. Guided self-paced challenges will be provided for both novice and intermediate coders.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: R3-312
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 4

  • Draw your Favorite Animal with JavaScript

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Sanjana Shah
    Kids will be introduced to basic coding through creative drawings and fun animations in JavaScript. Grade 3 and above. Bring your laptop and your parent’s Gmail account to explore the world of creativity.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RE-301
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 6

  • Defeat the Zombies with Java

    Work with the other zombie exterminators in the lab to push back the undead. To fight off the zombies we will give you a Raspberry Pi, touchscreen, Java, and some Oracle Clouds.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 33  | Interested: 3

  • Ctrl+Z for Git: How to undo (almost) anything

    At some point you or someone on your team will make a mistake. It’s a question of when, not if. Now you need to know, how exactly do you undo that snafu? In this talk Tobiah Zarlez will get you back to work like nothing bad ever happened.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 33  | Interested: 171

  • Connecting Your Things to the Cloud with Watson IoT Platform

    This workshop takes you through the Internet of Things platform and connecting devices through a central hub for managing events in a multitude of programming languages.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 78

  • Building Serverless Microservices

    In this talk we’ll explore how two revolutionary ideas come together: Microservice architectures that help you organize your backend into individually deployable units, and implementing those services in a functional way using AWS Lambda.
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 40  | Interested: 155

  • Azure enabled IOT with IOT Hub, Win10 IOT Core, Raspberry Pi3, C#.net & WUP

    There is a lot of excitement these days around creating connected devices. Maker community is fastest growing communities around the world today. Boards like the Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, Beaglebone Black and more make it possible... read more
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 60

  • Advanced PowerShell in the Real World

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Steve Evans
    Everyone loves the PowerShell one liner. But how do you manage 31,407 one liners?
    10:45 AM Sunday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 49

  • TCP/IP Networking for Developers

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Steve Evans
    Learn what developers need to know about networking (The TCP/IP kind, not the Facebook kind).
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 44  | Interested: 129

  • Rock Your Development With A Real World Example (Part 1)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    David McCarter
    This session will demonstrate concepts in the first four parts of my series titled "Improving Code Quality... One Developer At A Time" with an real world app attendees will use during this session.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 13  | Interested: 103

  • Programming in Python - level 1

    This workshop teaches kids python programming with fun interactive programs with the basketball team warriors.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RD-301
    Attending: 9  | Interested: 5

  • Practice of Compliance Driven Protection for Sensitive Data

    Let us learn best practices of how to protect sensitive data embedded in big data. Data flows point to pint, also rests. For compliance, businesses need to protect sensitive data, say payment card data, health care data etc.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: C104
    Attending: 2  | Interested: 28

  • OpenStack Docker Mesos Kubernetes: Who Can Fill the Gap of IaaS PaaS & SaaS

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Forbes Hedges
    OpenStack Docker Mesos Kubernetes: Who Can Fill the Gap of IaaS PaaS & SaaS - Let's meet and talk soon!
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RF-141
    Attending: 28  | Interested: 98

  • More Java Community Insider Secrets!

    In this presentation you will learn all of the insider secrets on how to become a presence in the worldwide community of 9 million Java developers.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: C103
    Attending: 8  | Interested: 67

  • Minecraft modding using Forge 1.8

    Learn Java basics while playing Minecraft and develop interest in STEM in fun way!
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 32  | Interested: 6

  • Minecraft Hour of Code

    Learn the basics of programming by assisting Alex or Steve through a Minecraft adventure. Drag and drop pieces of code based in Java Script to solve the puzzles. For ages 6+.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RE-301
    Attending: 33  | Interested: 9

  • Microsoft Service Fabric for Developers

    This is an introductory session targeted for developers of all traits, Full of demos • What are micro services, why should you care? • What is Microsoft Azure Service Fabric? how can you benefit from it? • Demos, Demos and more Demos
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 12  | Interested: 61

  • Making your websites a little more accessible with Google Cloud Vision API

    This session will teach you how to utilize the Google Cloud Vision API to make your websites more accessible by giving your images meaningful titles and alt texts.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: C101B
    Attending: 11  | Interested: 79

  • Introduction to Arduino - Part 1

    In this two part hands on workshop kids will be introduced to open source micro-controller Arduino and some basic concepts like circuits.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: R1-302
    Attending: 17  | Interested: 6

  • Intro to Game Development with Python

    Students will learn how to use the Python library Pygame to create games and animations.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RD-312
    Attending: 22  | Interested: 8

  • IEnumerable, ISaveable, IDontGetIt: Understanding .NET Interfaces

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Jeremy Clark
    Do you want code that's maintainable, extensible, and easily testable? If so, then C# interfaces are here to help. We’ll take a look at how we can use interfaces effectively in our code and explore why we want to use them.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 20  | Interested: 52

  • Getting started with BASH on Windows 10

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Jessica Deen
    In this session we will cover some new features in Windows 10 and, more specifically, the addition of BASH on Ubuntu to the Windows offering. We will cover what it is and how it works on Windows, and ultimately how to get BASH up and running.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: C209
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 73

  • Getting Started with Angular 2

    This fast-paced session session starts with some differences between Angular1.x and Angular 2, and then delves into Angular 2. You'll learn how to combine SVG/D3 with Angular 2, and (if time permits) we'll look at how to use React Flux in Angular 2.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RG-122
    Attending: 68  | Interested: 193

  • From JavaScript to Android Developer - 0 to 60

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Gabi Zuniga
    In this talk we are going to learn the basics of android development and build a fully functional ToDo list app together from scratch.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: R2-222
    Attending: 24  | Interested: 122

  • Deploy Your First Cloud Foundry App

    In this session, I will give a step-by-step walk-through of how to develop a data-driven node.js web application for Cloud Foundry and deploy it into IBM Bluemix or Pivotal Web Services.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: RG-248
    Attending: 10  | Interested: 59

  • Building the Matrix: Your First VR App

    Virtual reality is here - and it's never been easier to start building 3D applications. In this session, we'll cover the basics of building a VR application and the types of devices that are available today.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: S-160
    Attending: 42  | Interested: 117

  • Building Bots with Watson Conversation (Repeat)

    In this lab you take a low code approach as you drag and drop your user intents and dialog nodes for a chat bot through the IBM Watson Conversation dashboard.
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 16

  • Build Your First Loopback API with NodeJS

    Build your first Loopback API using Cloudant database in NodeJS
    1:15 PM Sunday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 21  | Interested: 114

  • Rock Your Development With A Real World Example (Part 2)

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    David McCarter
    *** MAKE SURE TO ATTEND PART 1 *** This session will demonstrate concepts in the first four parts of my series titled "Improving Code Quality... One Developer At A Time" with an real world app attendees will use during this session.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: Gullo II
    Attending: 15  | Interested: 48

  • My First Website: Pokémon Go Make A Website

    Learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a Pokémon themed website.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: RE-301
    Attending: 40  | Interested: 13

  • Minecraft modding using Forge 1.8 Session II

    THIS SESSION IS CONTINUATION OF THE FIRST SESSION. ATTENDANCE IN FIRST WORKSHOP IS PREREQUISITE.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: RE-311
    Attending: 26  | Interested: 4

  • Leverage Social Data for Market Research and Growth

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Shilpi Agarwal
    Social Data is Powerful. Learn how to make it work for you.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: C102
    Attending: 6  | Interested: 37

  • Introduction to Python – Beginners – Level 2

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Anoop Trivedi
    Pre-requisite: 6+ grader and MUST have taken “Introduction to Python – Beginners – Level 1” class or have previous programming knowledge in Python. This session is not for kids who have never programmed in Python before, recommended to take Level 1.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: R3-312
    Attending: 11  | Interested: 3

  • Introduction to Python

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Tim Reilly
    In this 100 level Python course, we'll familiarize ourselves with one of the most popular programming languages in the world and learn effective techniques for building and sharing code.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: VPA-Theater
    Attending: 104  | Interested: 133

  • Introduction to Arduino - Part 2

    In this two part hands on workshop kids will be introduced to open source micro-controller Arduino and some basic concepts like circuits.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: RD-301
    Attending: 15  | Interested: 3

  • I'll Get Back to You: Task, Await, and Asynchronous Methods

    {speaker.firstName} {speaker.lastName}
    Jeremy Clark
    There's a lot of confusion about async/await. So let's start with the basics and look at how we can consume asynchronous methods using Task and then see how the "await" operator can makes things easier for us.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: S-140
    Attending: 44  | Interested: 107

  • How to send a secret message

    Have you ever wanted to share a secret message with your friend, without anyone knowing the message? In this session, you will learn a few ways to share a secret message, and no one else will know the secret, even if they find your message!
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: RD-312
    Attending: 17  | Interested: 5

  • Demystifying Databases with Platform-Independent Schema

    Starting from a conceptual perspective, explore the patterns of platform-independent database design. This session will show you how thinking about records as physical objects illuminates the meaning of complicated queries.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: SC-127
    Attending: 41  | Interested: 70

  • Building a Real Time Recommendation Engine with Neo4j

    Build a graph based real time recommendation engine using Neo4j graph database.
    2:45 PM Sunday
    Room: S-150
    Attending: 46  | Interested: 113

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